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From the Editor in Chief
Panasonic creates a nursery for fresh ideas.
New ceramics get smarter, tougher.
AT&T breaks the code for Internet traffic.
Ford’s engineers try feeling old–to design a better car
Improved protocol will aid online services.
Holding On To Reality: The Nature of Information at the Turn of the Millennium
The Experience Economy: Work Is Theatre & Every Business a Stage
Owning the Future
Silicon Sky: How One Small Start-up Went over the Top to Beat the Big Boys
Katharine Burr Blodgett’s “invisible glass” helps us see.
Something is seriously amiss when “experts” identifying the century’s greatest journalism overlook coverage of science and technology.
Sometimes, walking away from a risky technology project is the better part of valor. Here are five handy rules for avoiding “ratholes.”
Photography undergoes a sea change toward the intangible
Art and technology make slightly uneasy partners